GeronimoJacksBeard Posted July 29, 2019 Share Posted July 29, 2019 I don’t know. Some probably do. I don’t mean this in too derogatory a sense, but much of these guys are lifelong fans (maybe even marks 😬), just to be wrestling in a ring with the WWE logo on the turnbuckles blowing their minds. After Eddie Dennis got signed, he did a few promos on the whole quitting the teacher thing to chase the dream and now he’s signed with WWE. Fair play to the guy, pretty cool story and well done on risking it and gaining a secure pay from the wrestling gig. But they’d kind of come across in a “fucking made it ain’t i” way, when in reality, bloody everyone and his dog had been signed by WWE up to this point and he was one of the later guys and they were all hidden away on the shows nobody sees, not exactly main eventing WrestleMania. But not a knock on these guys, I’d be quite pleased with the situation myself and as mentioned by someone else, just being there, in the company, networking, etc there’s a world of potential to what they could go on and do. To the original posts point though and touching on PROGRESS, if you followed them from quite early on it was quite hilarious to see they’re attitude toward WWE change from their days in the garage to not being able to contain they’re fangirling when they wanted to feature a CWC Classic qualifier on one of their shows. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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